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A Matlab Companion for Multivariable Calculus By Jeffery Cooper
Publisher: Academic Press 2001 | 294 Pages | ISBN: 012187625X | PDF | 6 MB
"This text does a good job of explaining how MATLAB works at exactly the appropriate level. The use of MATLAB also encourages students toward more numerical thinking than do the packages that are primarily symbolic manipulations."
"The author's writing is very clear. Students should find it pleasant reading, as I did."
"I liked the problems. They presented the main issues and calculations from a variety of angles, so that students have to think and learn on almost all of them."
"I like the serious applications at the end-to fluids, for example: this would also be helpful for nice demonstrations which the instructor could do in class."
"My favorite aspect of this text is that by using MATLAB it naturally incorporates more numerical thinking into Multivariable Calculus. This builds on recent trends in Single-Variable Calculus 'reform'."
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